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Articles from the October 10, 2018 edition

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 By Mark Hebert    News    October 10, 2018

Heartstrings hit the right notes

Malta native Kristen (Engebretson) Estelle made her triumphant return to her hometown last Monday night as she and her band, the Heartstrings, played a concert at the Malta High School Gymnasium as...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 10, 2018

Dodson HS Homecoming

An action-packed Friday was had at Dodson School last week as the school hosted several events to put an exclamation point on this year's Homecoming week. Bright and early on Friday morning, Dodson...

 
 By Mark Hebert    Legals    October 10, 2018

Getting around town and beyond

With the first snow of the year covering the city streets last Wednesday, Bill Pryor guides his bus through Malta and his first rider of the day, Mae Holt, sits happily in her seat, safely buckled in,...

 
 By Marti Liechty    News    October 10, 2018

Visions for Montana's economy clash in fight over Initiative 186

Editor's Note: Students at the University of Montana’s School of Journalism are once again providing coverage of Montana election contests for the state’s news organizations. The student’s election work is being supervised by professors Lee...

 

Montana's Greatest Wonder:

Almost immediately upon departing the Three Forks area, the newly formed Missouri is neatly tucked into a mini-gorge. Then, only 16 miles from its inception, the Toston Reservoir and Dam decelerate...

 
 By Mark Hebert    News    October 10, 2018

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for October 11, 2018

100 years ago October 10, 1918 The following persons had succumbed to influenza the previous week: Charles Kelly, Ruby Huston, Mary Henry, Mrs. Robert Brobst, Ralph Callender, Arnold Taylor, David...

 

Montana Viewpoint

Ballot initiative 185, or I-185, has become quite the hot-button issue this campaign season. I-185 raises the taxes levied on all tobacco products, including raising the cigarette tax to $3.70 per pack, and raising the moist snuff tax to the greater...

 

Where's the compassion?

Dear Editor, The United States of America has become a nation of gross negligence and an empty way of thinking. It is also lacking respect, and compassion for all its citizens. It seems that its love for one another has waxed cold. Harry Carpenter,...

 

Loring News for October 10, 2018

10.3. Jack Frost hit with a vengeance this week. He is a little late with the first frost, but did it up good when he hit! Now I just have to clean out my tomato plants and sunflowers to get ready for winter, which will be here shortly! I spent a...

 

Briefly for October 3, 201810

Malta Senior Meals Thursday, Oct 11th - Pork chops Friday, Oct 12th - Pork roast Tuesday, Oct 16th - Chili Phillips County Museum The Phillips County Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Montana Veterans Affairs 10-11. Judy...

 

PHILLIPS COUNTY SHERIFF NEWS LOG for October 10, 2018

September 22, 2018 1:26 a.m. Deputy reported a light on a City lift station; information passed onto City employee. 4:11 a.m. Female reported individuals who were involved in an accident, near Landusky, were at her door; Deputy and local MHP Trooper...

 

Malta City News for the Week of October 10, 2018

CITY OF MALTA 2018. ZONING PERMITS September 2018. #5853, Caitlin Anderson, fence, 9-4-18.. #5857 - Marcella McEwen, concrete, 9-6-18. #5858, Don Bagley, garage, 9-14-18. #5859, Hi-Line Apostolic church, metal roof, 9-18.-18. #5860, Russell &...

 

GPDM 2018 Fall Report

The Great Plains Dinosaur Museum has closed for the season. Two thousand three hundred seventy guests toured the museum this summer. Of those 163 were military families who came in under Blue Star....

 
 By Lori Taylor    News    October 10, 2018

Phillips County Museum News for October 10, 2018

UFO’s fact or fiction. In 1950 two spinning disks were seen by Great Falls locals. In the 1960’s missile sites across Montana were suddenly deactivated as UFO’s were seen overhead. And in Phillips County the year 1967 brought many UFO sightings...

 

Malta Kiwanis Officers Installed

Malta Kiwanis Lt. Governor Mardy Demarais recently installed Malta Kiwanis officers for the new year. Secretary Rosemary S. Veseth, President Dr. Mike Veseth, VP Dana Sue Rogers, and treasurer Ron...

 

MHS Class of 1968 Reunion

Malta High School Class of 1968 held a reunion during Homecoming Week in Malta. Seated: Terry Hould McKeon,Jim Cummings,Charlie Barnard,Bernie Majusiak,and Grant Sundseth. Standing:John McKeon,Lynn...

 
 By Helen Austin    News    October 10, 2018

Whitewater News and Opinion for October 10, 2018

Sympathy to the family of Elaine Erickson, formerly of Whitewater. Her daughter and son-in-law, Ed, just had their 11th baby; a girl! They now lived in Whitewater until recently. Congratulations to...

 
 By Sharon Kindle    News    October 10, 2018

'Soups on' at Malta Senior Center on October 13

That's right, the soup is once again on at the Malta Senior Center on Saturday, October 13, from 11:30-1:30. A wide array of soups, breads, and desserts will tempt the fussiest of appetites so come...

 

Montana NRCS announces Conservation Initiatives for 2019

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is offering additional funding through its Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) to target specific resource concerns in Montana in 2019: on-farm energy, honey bee pollinators, high...

 

Visiting family in Phillips County

Ingunn Solaas, third cousin of Arthur and Edward Solberg, Willard and Edmund Mortenson, and Selma Miller, brought her family to Phillips County recently. The Solaas family liver near Oslo, and...

 

Dodson News for October 10, 2018

Rain and snow have continued to stay along with the cooler temperatures and we have been having wind also. Still looking for and hoping for some Indian summer. Congratulations are extended to Taylor Pankratz and Levi Nagel who were married Saturday...

 

The most politicized bird

Well, there’s always next year. Maybe. Sage grouse season has come and gone and I saw nary a bird. It certainly wasn’t for a lack of trying. I hunted upland birds 23 days last month, much of the...

 

Rough takeoff

I like coffee. No, I love coffee! I enjoy it very strong, black, and fresh. Every. Single. Morning. But not this morning because I'm sick. And it hasn't been very fun. I have my Keurig set to warm up...

 

Legal Ads for October 10, 2018

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